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stopped her stall three times in 2011 alone and they were credulous and asked why. with the valerie garrett didn't like the idea is a close adviser to the mentor and the first lady. i want to be clear. it's not that she ordered them to stop. as to the normal chain of command. they should stop working on it but not great when asked why commences the reason i came back. >> host: was valerie garrett involved in any of the discussions with hillary clinton, robert gates and land another? was she in the room quiet >> and clear probably not. there were a lot of discussions between valerie garrett and the president himself. remember barack obama has started about valerie garrett, he told "the new york times" in 2009, i never make an important decision without talking to valerie garrett first. he said that he meets with her two to three times a day. if you look away his visitor logs, you'll notice in the first years of the, while they were hunting bin laden, the nci director leon cannata only visits the white house nine times. so you're two to three times a day on one hand versus nine times
. the the planning of the operations were stopped or stalled in 201111 and they asked why? the reason was valerie jette didn't like the idea, but she ordered them to stop. it's that the commanding that they should stop working on the bin laden rate at which he asked why, this is the reason i came back. >> are they involved in any discussions with hillary clinton, robert b. imus leon panetta? was she in the room? >> unclear, but probably not. there were a lot of discussions between valerie jarrett and the president himself. barack obama has said about valerie jarrett company told "the new york times" in 2009, i never make an important decision without talking to valerie jarrett first. he said he may support two to three times a day. if you look at what has this deluxe can you notice in the first of the administration, while we were hunting bin laden, to direct here, leon panetta only visited the white house nine times. so we have two or three times a day in one hand versus nine times in two years. >> host: you describe in your book how he met with the president far more often than the white house
down to them was valerie jarrett didn't like the idea and valerie jarrett is a mentor to the president and the first lady but i want to be clear she didn't order them to stop. at that in the normal chain of command they heard stop working on the bin laden reagan when asked why this was the reason they came back. >> host: was valerie jarrett involved in any of the discussion, for example with hillary clinton and robert gates and leon panetta? was she a member? >> guest: unclear but probably not. there were a lot of discussions between valerie jarrett and the president himself and remember what barack obama had said about valerie jarrett. he told "the new york times" in 2009, never make an important decision without talking to valerie jarrett first. he said he speaks with her two to three times a day and if you look at white house visitor logs you will notice the first two administrations while they were hunting bin laden, the visitor logs, leon panetta only visits the white house nine times that we have two to three times a day on one hand versus nine times in two years so you have an e
and asked why. valerie jared didn't like the idea as a mentor to the president and first lady that led them to stop. it's the normal chain of command they should stop working on the raid commander when they ask why, this was the reason that came back. >> host: was he involved in the discussions? hillary clinton, robert gates and leon panetta. was she in the room? >> guest: not clear but probably not. there were discussions between valerie jared and the president. remember what barack obama said. he told "the new york times" in 2009 and for making an important decision without talking to valerie first. he said they were there two to three times a day. in the first administration while they were hunting bin laden, according to the white house visitor logs the director leon panetta only visits the white house nine times, so two to three times a day on the one hand versus nine times in two years. >> you describe how a number of political advisers met judging by the white house logperch. >> host: this is the interest in the politics. >> host: dimension the president was able to make small decisi
adviser may be the person really running the country. we'll take a closer look at valerie jarrett who has become so powerful, she now gets her own taxpayer-funded secret service detail? >>> plus, hurricane isaac uncovering a mysterious piece of history. look at this. a ship that some suggest dates back to the civil war era, but we have some revealing answers surrounding what it could really be. trace is on it next. >>> and we are live here in charlotte, north carolina, for the democratic national convention getting under way officially tonight. a sneak peek next at the first latino keynote speaker. tonight's big speaker will be first lady michelle obama, but before she speaks to this crowd, the youngest mayor of a major u.s. city, julian castro, who's just 37 years old, will address the party faithful from this stage right behind me. you can see debbie wasserman-schultz warming up at the moment. he's been to the white house over 12 times in his short estimate. he's expected to focus, at least has in the past, on immigration and green energy issues. but these addresses can be critical for
of empire and citizens and valerie core, a sikh american filmmaker who chronicled hatred against the sikh community for more than a decade. tell me about the data post 9/11, we developed a new notion of who is the other, who is the threat. do the data show that? >> absolutely. if you look at public opinion favorability scores toward miss limb americans after 9/11 and look at them a decade later, the average american is far more worried and suspicious of the average muslim than they were a decade ago right after 9/11. so in the last decade, things have gotten much worse for the muslim community. >> that sense of anxiety has actually grown over the past ten years? >> absolutely. coupled with an environment and an atmosphere that has complicitly and explicitly promoted islamophobia from public officials, the media, public opinion, islamophobia is far worse than it was on the eve of 9/11. >> i'm a little obsessed with your book. i've been spending a lot of time with it. sticky notes on it. but exactly this idea is part of what i felt resonating in it. you write about feeling like there was ne
animals in it. >> reporter: meet the artist valerie leonard. she's not much interested in painting the man of the house as man's best friend. >> it is slightly dog and it is supposed to be funny and people either love it or hate it. >> reporter: it's clear she sees dogs and cats as much more than just pets. >> a dog has one life, one spirit. it deserves as much value as any other creature. >> reporter: she's not alone. her company takes orders from all over the world. each one meticulously painted by hand. >> i think she has just enough of a mona lisa smile. >> reporter: and these canine collectibles aren't cheap. an oil on canvas like this runs about $900. is it money well spent? >> absolutely. it's joy. it's sharing the life we have with our dogs. >> reporter: these portraits which resemble the work of the great pastors are trowelly a work of the 21st century. that's because valerie uses computer design to map them out, the head tilted at just the right angle, the paws placed just so. >> so many people say how do you get the dogs to wear these clothes? >> reporter: they think the animals
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louisiana. caller: who do you think is calling the shots in the white house? the thing it is valerie jarrett -- do you think it is valerie jarrett or the other end of the chicago machine. thati is all. guest: the president is calling the shots. he is heavily influenced and the man who ran his successful campaign in 2008, the senior adviser and has the office closest to the oval office. geography is very significant. he is a very skilled political operative. when there is a decision to be made, he ways and with the political -- weighs in with the politcal angle. i would say his influence, valerie jarrett plays a role. there are many other people. the congressional liaison plays a significant role in all of these. i layout exactly what happened, what we used to call the best obtainable version of the truth and it is often emotional. at many points it is complicated. host: the influence of joe biden in these talks. and the preparation and he did in what was known as the b iden group. guest: biden is critical on all of this. going back to 2010, after the democrats lost the house, obama center by
. you know her from "top chef"... valerie bolon is here with a recipe for roasted pork loin with honey glazed squash. [ crack of bat ] ball. ball. [ crack of bat ] [ male announcer ] hanging out with cal has its benefits... so does taking one a day men's. go to stayinthegame.com to enter for a chance to meet me and watch the 2013 mlb all star game. in today's lunchbreak: roasted pork loin with honey glazed squash former top chef contestant valerie bolon is serving this at the "farm to fork" event this saturday in naperville. thanks for coming in. we are doing a version of this dish this one's a bit simpler than the one we are doing this weekend ... 2 saute pans are needed... get a boneless pork loin from the supermarket and the key is to marinade this meat ... some chili sweet soy sauce pepper honey ..... do this ahead and wrap it tightly and put this in the refrigerator.... overnight ais preferable. sear the pork loin in a hot pan. a little cooking oil..... balance the timing! take sliced butternut squash and sear this in the other hot pan with some oil. get the meat a
joining us and bring in white house senior adviser valerie jarrett here to join us. >> all right. >> yes. >> tom brokaw, arianna huffington. up next, jim vandehei with the top stories from the politico playbook. but first, let's send it up to bill karins in new york for a check on the forecast, bill? >> good morning to you, mika. it's a very humid morning for everyone in the eastern half of the country. there's some fog to deal with too. and definitely some rain, especially up in new england. we've gotten drenched throughout the state of maine overnight and watching numerous showers and storms from the boston corridor and approaching new york city, philadelphia, baltimore and d.c. definitely an umbrella day. you step outside you know it's going to pour at some portion of the day. still have breaks of sun. not going to rain all day long. when the sun comes out it will be warm. temperatures in the mid 80s with high humidity and thunderstorms rolling through areas along the border of iowa and illinois. looks like chicago that's going to stay to your west, that's good. no air travel problems
at the dnc convention. yesterday he caught up with one of president become bam key advisors valerie jarret. take a look. >> i want to ask three things. you met with hillary early on about being v.p.? >> not true. >> you called off the bin laden raid three times? >> not a single time. let alone three times. never had a conversation with the president about the bin laden raid. never once. >> that you kicked out bill daily, rahm emanuel? >> of course not. they're from chicago. old friends. i have known both of them as long as i've known the president. >> you pushed the president hand in terms of requiring churches, church affiliated institutions to offer birth control as part of the health insurance? >> we know that recommendation came from kathleen sebelius. >> bob: juan joins us now from washington. you packed a lot in those questions there, juan. by the way, your education special was terrific. but tell us, what did you think of valerie? is she happy? she didn't seem happy with the questions. >> her aides were around us and the producer with "the five" was with me. they were telling her to
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and valerie koer, a american filmmaker. thank you all for being here. i want to start but you amani. tell me about the data. i made a claim that post 9/11 we made a notion of who is the other, who is the threat? does the data show us that? >> absolutely. if you look at public opinion for muslim americans after 9/11 and looking at them today, a decade later, the average american is far more worried and suspicious of the average muslim than they were a decade ago. in the last decade, things have gotten worse for the muslim community. >> so that sense of anxiety has grown? >> yes, coupled with an environment last year that permitted islamaphobia, it's far worse than it was at 9/11. >> i'm a little obsessed with your book, i've been spending a lot of time with it, but exactly this idea is part of what i felt resonating in it, you write about feeling like there was never a moment previously before 9/11 where there was a question to imagine yourself as muslim and american, but that particularly the so called ground zero mosque recognized them pulling apart. she said you should change your kids nam
with valerie jared who is one of the three most important people in the white house after the president and first lady, and though it was a policy lunch, the subject of joe biden came up, and although valerie didn't really offer the job, because that is up to the president, for the vice-president, she indicate thad she wondered what hillary felt about it? and hillary said she had no interest in runog that ticket. for the simple reason, that if it won, she would have to run in 2016 and defend the obama record which i don't think is going to be so great if he wins. or if he lost, then she would be smeared as a loser and she decided it was a lose-lose preposition for her and she said no thanks. >> the attack ads are personal and nasty and i think they could get worse. so does ed kline. would the president resort with the nuclear option and go each week day hear my daily commentary the huckabee report. details at mikehuckabee.com. we are back with the best selling author ed kliin author of the book the amateur. there is speculation that if things get tough, the nuclear option might be use t
to bush's administration amidst the valerie plame affair. many thought that signals rove's end, but he is seemingly more powerful than ever today, because he is the architect and de facto leader of american cross roads, who is spending 10s of millions of dollars to defeat president obama. joining us tonight from new york with some inside scoop on karl rove is craig unger. he is the author of the new book "boss rove." welcome inside "the war room." >> thanks for having me governor. >> jennifer: should karl rove be in jail? >> well, i think he came within inches of being indicted. it was clear he leaked valerie plame's name to at least two reporters. he testified before the grand jury that he did not leak her name, and as i show it in my book, he got off only by a stroke of luck when another reporter, time magazine happened to be friendly with his lawyer and told him that rove was in trouble and that the other reporter was going to testify against him, so rove went back and changed his testimony. otherwise i think he might have gone to jail. >> jennifer: well, he has
and start sticking animals in it. >> reporter: meet the artist, valerie leonard. she's not much interested in painting the man of the house as she is man's best friend. it's clear she sees dogs and cats as much more than just pets. >> a dog has one life, one spirit. it deserves as much value as any other creature. >> reporter: she's not alone. her company takes orders from all over the world. each one meticulously painted by hand. and these canine collectibles aren't cheap. a canvas like this one runs about $900. these portraits that resembles the work of the great masters are a work of the 21st century. valerie uses computer design to map them out. the head tilted at the right angle. the paws placed just so. >> people say how do you get the dogs to wear these clothes? >> reporter: they think the dogs are posing for you? >> yes. and animal rights people get upset that i forced the animal into these clothes. i have respect for them. but that's a bit silly. >> reporter: i'm t.j. winick in connecticut. >> a 24 by 35, will run you 1,200 bucks. >>> that's what's making news in
is coming down. it is giving up a bit. valerie in pennsylvania. valerie. how are you? >> okay. i'm a new older investor encouraged by your knowledge. i'm calling about well s fargo. >> going over the last four years and it's stock has not done nearly as well as it should have. it has got 30% of america's mortgage i want you to go right here. let's go to shawn in new york. >> booyah jim. >> booyah shawn. >> phm. >> it is good not the best. but these stocks are ramped. i'm going to say don't buy until after friday. and then you get a better chance. alice in florida. >> hi jimbo how are you? >> good how about you? >> great thank you. i'm calling today to find out about the cobalt international. i watched your show and ran out and bought. but it has bought since my pricing. >> it is still up a lot. the problem is again oil, oil has to go up big for these stock to work. these are options on crude. crude is not doing what we want it to if we want to buy the stocks. and then the stock comes back. >> how about virginia in texas? >> hi thanks for taking my call. fidelity income trust. >> i think
. >> can you go. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners, my name is valerie tullir. you have heard the same points over and over again. i want to say what sheriff mirkarimi did was accept responsibility for what he believes was his wrong. does it raise to the level of misconduct, official misconduct, no, it doesn't. i'm a little bit concerned as a latina that eliana did not give permission for the d.v. community to make her a poster child. i understand why the d.v. community is connected, their pursestrings and grants are connected to the city commission and the city politics and i respect that. i respect people wanting to stick up for their purpose and for their funding. however, i do ask -- and i'm a former commissioner on the commission on the status of women, so i speak from experience. i do just ask for equity. i just ask for the justice to be even-handed. i know that the case for far chief joanna hayes has come up and that was to the level of a 911 call. i just ask that if we are going to do justice that we do it fair across the field and that one person is not isolated and t
, and name three stories that should have gotten attention and didn't. valerie jarrett, white house aide gets secret service protection, how does that happen. dav david plouffe, he was with on with george stephanopoulos and a national security advisor that is 172,000, and pension at 55 years old. still working and 148,000 a year more from, from what's left of fannie mae, none of those stories got any traction at all in the mainstream media. >> and hats off to john carl, media note. for putting out one of the three steel workers trotted out in front of the democratic national convention who got up there and said, you know, mitt romney is bad because bain capital closed our company and we lost our jobs. one of them didn't work at the company. he was a union organizers. >> the same problem that they had with that ad that was put out by one of the non-affiliated super pacs, on the obama committee. they need to do better in the fact checking department and i actually think the press, they did that and-- >> isn't this the party that's running our country right now? >> yes, it is. >> running or ruin
like to introduce our new lieutenant, valerie matthews. she is the night lieutenant and she comes from homicide. she brings a lot of investigative experience to central station. i really enjoy her. thank you. steve that my fis is on my staff. he takes care of all of the alcohol, beverage and restaurant permits and is arguably one of the best permit men in the city. thank you. helping me with the power point today is amanda dunn. without her, i could not get this correct. an overview of the central district. the central district comprises four sectors. in the theater district and has boundaries at that tenderloin. the two car is mainly union square and chinatown. the three car covers russian hill, not hill, and parts of fisherman's wharf. for car has the embarcadero and north beach. the central district is a truly a center of business, commerce, and tourism. we are home to 20,000 hotel rooms in our district and have 24 schools and 24 parks and or playgrounds in the district. this is in a very small geographical area. we average 5500 calls per service per month. we cover union square, ch
and white. he is full of energy. i would also like to introduce our new lieutenant, valerie matthews. she is the night lieutenant and she comes from homicide. she brings a lot of investigative experience to central station. i really enjoy her. thank you. steve that my fis is on my staff. he takes care of all of the alcohol, beverage and restaurant permits and is arguably one of the best permit men in the city. thank you. helping me with the power point today is amanda dunn. without her, i could not get this correct. an overview of the central district. the central district comprises four sectors. in the theater district and has boundaries at that tenderloin. the two car is mainly union square and chinatown. the three
administration and three of its top staffers. a "new york times" article recently called valerie jarett the other senior adviser in the west wing. national security adviser tom donelan is thought to be behind the leaks coming out of the white house. so why isn't that getting more attention. pat, you have come out with his big piece going off about this -- a couple days ago -- talking about how this is incredible and these are major headlines, in particular what's happening with valerie jarrett? >> she is the most powerful person in the white house and she has a way of dealing with people that's strange. nobody paid attention. she has a full secret service detail. megyn: we pay for that. >> do you know how much that costs? 24 hours. whole teams of agents. transportation. we don't know why. no one has explained it. chief of staff in the line which has no portfolio in national security running around with a full security detail. what i understand when she was on vacation. >> i was with democratic bundlers and they went to a dinner party with her and there were four or five secret service agents. the
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. >> with us now two of mr. obama's closest advisers, senior campaign adviser david axelrod and valerie jarrett. >> good morning. >> this is the first time you two have appeared together side-by-side. and you have worked together and known each other -- >> 25 years, yes. we were awaiting the right occasion. >> we were just children when we started. >> what did president clinton accomplish last night? >> he made a very strong case particularly on the economy. he has a perspective that very few have having been in the position he was, having done the things he's done, to see what he built, what the republican policies brought, and to make the contrast between what president obama has done and where they want to lead. and i think he did it incredibly effectively. >> so what does that leave for the president to do tonight? what does the president has to accomplish? because in comparison, it was a remarkable performance last night. and also remarkable performance by the first lady the night before. >> well, absolutely. the first lady really spoke from a perspective that no one else shares. she is ma
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